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Hampton Named as one of America's top under-the-radar cities to visit!

September 20, 2017 |

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Some of the best things in life fly under the radar. They don’t call them hidden gems for nothing, and these cities embody the concept of being known by few, but sincerely loved by those privy to their charms. Some of those who embrace the joys of these places might tell us to keep these secrets to ourselves, but, well, it would go against our nature to discourage exploring new places or discovering more adventures.

From suggestions by fellow explorers here at Expedia, to buzz happening around the country, we’ve put together a list of underrated places that are primed and ready to step into the limelight. Which will suit you best? We’ve narrowed in on a particular reason that’ll suit specific traveler types, but each place has appeal and allure for all.

Get in while you can! You’ll win major bragging rights for being an early adopter, and you’ll forever be able to say, “I told you so,” to those who naively asked, “Why’re you going there?”

HAMPTON, VIRGINIA

Who should visit? Eclectic groups
Mid-Atlantic stunner Hampton welcomes visitors with manifold things to see and do for groups with varying interests. Observe nature, history, and architecture at Fort Monroe National Monument, also known as Freedom’s Fortress. Soak up all the sights and get a good overview of town from the deck of a charter from Miss Hampton II Cruises. For a truly unique experience, come during the Blackbeard Pirate Festival, when historically garbed pirates descend on the town and entertainment ensues. Quench your curiosity about the local beer scene at St. George Brewing Co. with an English bitter or Oktoberfest marzen. Shoppers in the group? Lead them to Coliseum Central, the town’s largest shopping district.

 

To read the entire article and learn about other cities across the U.S. to add on your visit list, click here.